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Prudential launches indexed universal life insurance plan to meet needs of high net worth population

Prudential Singapore has introduced the PRUVantage Legacy Index to meet the needs of Singapore's high net worth population.

Company in the news

Prudential ramps up hiring, bolsters support for newcomers to start careers as financial representatives

Prudential Singapore plans to hire 800 financial representatives through its Management Associate Programme.
Prudential Singapore: Shaping the future of customer experiences through digital innovations - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Singapore Fintech Festival 2023

Prudential Singapore: Shaping the future of customer experiences through digital innovations

A key pillar in the company’s new strategy focuses on enhancing customer experiences through the support of digital initiatives.
Prudential expands distribution network with official launch of financial advisory arm - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Investing 101

Prudential expands distribution network with official launch of financial advisory arm

Prudential Financial Advisers will offer a wider range of insurance products including general insurance and wealth solutions.

Banking & finance

Prudential Singapore given go ahead to launch new financial advisory unit

Prudential can now provide customers with more products and services complementary to its life insurance offerings

Digital Economy

SMEs lag at adopting advanced technologies but they are keen to do so

ASME president Kurt Wee says that the gap has narrowed considerably over the past five, six years

Labour market

Prudential's latest app gives its SME clients easy access to group insurance

The app will go a long way in engaging a hybrid and digital-first workforce, says Prudential Singapore's CEO Dennis Tan.
One in five Singapore residents say resignation has delayed retirement by six years: Prudential poll - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Investing 101

One in five Singapore residents say resignation has delayed retirement by six years: Prudential poll

The poll also found that Singaporeans mainly depend on their CPF accounts and bank savings to fund their retirement.

Finance

Prudential Singapore and NTUC Income to help Singaporeans financially prepare for long-term care

Under the partnership, Income’s Care Secure, a CareShield Life supplement, will be made available through Prudential’s network.

Singapore economy

60% of SME employees more willing to join a company that provides medical benefits

Almost 40% of employees say they are more likely to stay in a company that provides the same benefits.
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